VoiceOver commands and gestures on Mac
VoiceOver offers commands and gestures for a wide range of actions, from navigation to searching.
General commands: Turn VoiceOver on or off, lock the VO modifier, open VoiceOver Utility, change speech rate and volume, adjust the amount of spoken detail, and get hints and help.
Orientation commands: Hear summaries of open apps and windows; find out where the VoiceOver cursor, mouse pointer, and keyboard focus are located; read the contents of a window; and more.
Navigation commands: Move to items in a window, move to the desktop or menu bar, list all the elements in a window, and control cursor tracking.
Web commands: Move to web items (such as frames and web spots), hear webpage statistics, and change how you interact with tables.
Text commands: Read and edit text in a document and temporarily change how text on the screen is read.
Search commands: Search for text attributes (such as bold or italic), graphics, controls, and other items.
Interaction commands: Interact with controls, work in tables, and move or resize windows and objects.
VoiceOver standard gestures: Navigate and interact with items on the screen using a trackpad and VoiceOver gestures. The Trackpad Commander must be enabled.